Bluesmart: Connected Luggage? You Got It.

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This might just appeal to the globetrotter that resides within all of us…

No more lost luggage… not if this Indiegogo project has anything to do with it. Bluesmart is looking to introduce connected luggage to folks looking for a way to track and weigh their traveling gear. Beyond that, it charges electronics, gives proximity reports and can even be locked via smartphone.

If you’re like me, and shamelessly think this is exceptionally cool, you can assured in the fact that you’re not that weird. With less than a day to go, the project has raised more than $1 Million against a relatively modest goal of $50,000.

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Facebook vs Snapchat [Infographic]

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Facebook has had several big tech purchases, most notably Instagram and WhatsApp. One mobile app, however, has resisted their billion dollar attempts of acquisition. Snapchat. And like Facebook, it’s had its share of privacy concerns and failures. So how exactly do these two social networks stack-up next to each other?

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Would You Like to See A Realistic Minecraft? [Videos]

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One of things that stands out when you first start playing Minecraft, is the design. Minecraft stepped away from the eye-candy that has become the norm in video gaming and focused on the fundamental aspect of any and every video game: gameplay. If we were talking about a website, we might say: usability. I am […]

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ChurchMag Acquires 78p.tv

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When Jeremy Smith emailed me about selling 78p.tv, it was with a heavy heart. After several years of blogging, designing, planning and pouring his heart into 78p.tv, it was time to move on. But the passion he has for the church tech community will not only continue on—but the seeds sown into 78p.tv will continue to […]

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Desk: A Simple & Powerful Publishing App

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Back some 10 years ago when I started blogging I struggled with the whole process of things. I wasn’t keen on writing (I didn’t hate writing anymore, as I did when I was a kid), so finding the time to sit down and hammer on the keys till I had a full article was a […]

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The Numbers of Internet Use

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Internet Live Stats is a fun website that provides realtime data on Internet users in the world, along with some other cool data. It’s amazing to see Internet use climb higher and higher. You would think that it would eventually level out or maybe even slow-down a little, but alas, it continues to grow more […]

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Becoming a Better Writer Series: Tightening Your Writing

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[This is part of an ongoing ChurchMag series, A Dutch-Girl’s Guide to Becoming a Better Writer.] ‘Less is more’ is a credo that’s true for many things, including writing. If you’re writing fiction, it’s one thing to be verbose. But if you’re writing non-fiction and especially if you’re blogging, it pays to be able to state […]

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